Swimming

Australian Olympic medallist Cameron takes up Paralympic swimming coach job

By Emily Goddard

Jan Cameron has been appointed as Swimming Australia's permanent Paralympic coach at the University of Sunshine Coast ©Getty ImagesApril 10 - Jan Cameron, the Australian Olympic medal winning swimmer, has been appointed as Swimming Australia's Paralympic coach at the University of Sunshine Coast (USC) in Queensland.

Thirteen-time Paralympic champion Cowdrey leads Australian squad for Glasgow 2014

By Gary Anderson

April 6 - Paralympic legend Matthew Cowdrey will lead the Australian medal charge in the pool at Glasgow 2014 ©Getty Images Multiple Paralympic gold medallist Matthew Cowdrey headlines the list of athletes named to the Australian Para-swimming squad that will head to Glasgow this summer for the Commonwealth Games.

IPC confident of "smooth" Swimming European Championships in Eindhoven

By Emily Goddard

The IPC has made a visit to the Pieter van den Hoogenband Swimming Stadium, host venue of the 2014 Swimming European Championships ©Getty ImagesApril 2 - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has spoken of its confidence in Eindhoven's ability to deliver a "smooth" Swimming European Championships this year following a site visit to the Dutch city.

Spanish Paralympic legend Perales receives highest honour from King Juan Carlos I

By Gary Anderson

April 1 - Six-time Paralympic swimming champion Teresa Perales has been honoured by King Juan Carlos I of Spain ©Getty Images Spain's six-time Paralympic swimming champion Teresa Perales has been presented with the Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Sporting Merit by King Juan Carlos I of Spain at a special ceremony in Madrid today.

Wheeler rounds off impressive US display at CanAms swimming championships

By Paul Osborne

Kayla Wheeler continued to impress on the final day of the 2014 US Paralympics Swimming Spring National Championships/Spring CanAms ©LatinContent/Getty ImagesMarch 29 - American swimmer Kayla Wheeler has rounded off an impressive weekend at the 2014 United States Paralympics Swimming Spring National Championships/Spring CanAms by setting yet another record at Miami's Ransom Everglades School.

American swimmers continue record breaking at CanAms Championships

By Paul Osborne

More records have been broken on the second day of the 2014 US Paralympics Swimming Spring National Championships/Spring CanAms ©Getty ImagesMarch 28 - Newcomer Michelle Konkoly led the charge on day two of the 2014 US Paralympics Swimming Spring National Championships/Spring CanAms as American swimmers continued to re-write the record books at Miami's Ransom Everglades School.

Three world records fall on opening day of CanAms swimming championships

By Paul Osborne

Rebecca Meyers was on of three Americans to set a world record on the opening day of the the US Paralympics Spring Swimming National Championships/Spring CanAms in Miami ©Getty ImagesMarch 27 - Three world records have fallen on day one of the US Paralympics Spring Swimming National Championships/Spring CanAms at Miami's Ransom Everglades School, as America's top Para-swimmers battle for a spot in the national team for the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in August.

Miami gears up to welcome top Paralympic swimmers for Pan Pacific qualifier

By Gary Anderson

March 25 - Ian Silverman will be one of the big names competing in Miami this week ©Getty Images A host of Paralympic and world champions are set to do battle in Miami this week as the Ransom Everglades School hosts the US Paralympics Spring Swimming National Championships/Spring CanAm which act as a qualifier for the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in August.

IPC Swimming open bidding process for 2017 World and 2018 European Championships

By Zjan Shirinian

International Paralympic Committee Swimming has opened the bidding process for two of its competitions ©Getty ImagesMarch 21 - The bidding process for the World and European Championships has been opened by International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming
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